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disturbing new details on what investigators are finding on the black boxes from that russian plane crash in egypt. good evening, everyone. i'm julie banderas. this is "the fox report." >> they are still in the phase of writing the transcripts, which will take time to finalize. a noise was heard in the last second of the recording. >> a noise just before the plane broke apart over egypt's sinai peninsula, killing all 224 people onboard. well, sources today telling fox news there is evidence that suggests that the damage is consistent with a, quote,
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high-end explosive device. meanwhile, egypt's foreign minister accusing western governments of acting rashly in these early stages of the investigation, and not sharing intelligence with cairo. john hutti has more from our mideast newsroom. >> reporter: julie, the team oaf investigators said that, quote, all scenarios remain on the table as to what caused the russian airliner crash, but he stopped short of saying it was a bomb. the head of egypt's investigation committee said something may have exploded, but that it could have been, among other things, lithium batteries or a fuel tank. there is one very important clue, though, that he confirmed. >> a noise was heard in the last second of the recordings. a spectral analysis will be carried out by specialized labs in order to identify the nature of this noise. >> but both u.s. and british
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intelligence officials maintain that all signs still point to a bomb. there have been reports about isis chatter after the crash. militants boasting about taking the plane down. isis's sinai branch claim responsibility this week, something egypt's president called, quote, propaganda. and egypt's foreign minister accused foreign governments of, he says, acting rashly in the wake of the crash and complain about intelligence not being shared with egyptian officials and investigators. all this as bad weather has hampered investigative efforts at the crash site the past few days. the debris was spread out over an eight-mile area, and egyptian officials say that's consistent with the plane disintegrating before pieces fell to the ground. and thousands of tourists, both russian and british, remain stranded at sharm el sheikh airport in egypt, while several hundred of those citizens have taken charter flights home, british officials say that it could take up to 10 days to get the rest back to the
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uk. julie? >> john huddy, thank you. fox news is america's election headquarters. republican presidential candidate dr. ben carson speaking out about the media's reporting of his past and says that in the end, it will only make him stronger. >> my prediction is that all you guys trying to pile on is actually going to help me. because when i go out to these book signings and see these thousands of people, they say, don't let the media get you down. don't let them disturb you. please continue to fight for us. they understand that this is a witch hunt. >> garrett tenny has more tonight from washington. >> reporter: julie, we saw a different side of ben carson last night as he defended himself against what he's calling a witch hunt by the media. part of carson's appeal is his incredible personal story, rising from poverty in detroit to becoming a world renowned surgeon. now, the republican candidate is pushing back, after several news
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outlets this week began questioning parts of his childhood narrative. >> but i think what it shows, and these kinds of things show, is that there is a desperation on behalf of some to try to find a way to tarnish me, because they have been looking through everything. >> this week, cnn said it founded no support for a story from carson's childhood, 50 years ago, that he once attempted to stab a cousin. last night the republican candidate called the investigation ridiculous. >> why would they remember that? i mean, i think that is, you know, as a scientist who does investigations, that is the most lame investigation i have ever seen. where you get people and you find people that -- random people in the neighborhood who knew me. well, you obviously must know about that specific incident. >> reporter: carson then defended himself over a story politico published, initially claiming he'd fabricated a story about being offered a scholarship to west point.
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while the website later walked back on those claims, carson called the attack a bald-faced lie and evidence of a double standard. >> i do not remember this level of scrutiny for one president barack obama when he was running. his records are sealed. why are his records sealed? why are you guys not interested in why his records are sealed? why are you not interested in that? >> in the end, carson says he's not worried about these attacks hurting him in the polls and says that he knows what those in the media are trying to do. this morning, carson's campaign manager told us, you can expect to see a new ben carson at the debate this thursday on fox business network. >> a busy weekend on the campaign trail for republicans until only days until the next debate that will air on the fox business network. a new poll shows a virtual dead heat at the top. donald trump leads, but dr. ben carson is only three points back with the margin of error. marco rubio, ted cruz, and jeb
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bush rounding out the top five. meanwhile, democratic candidates ben carson and hillary clinton campaigning today in south carolina. clinton addressed gun control with the state's legislative black caucus, saying it must be a voting issue. >> we need universal background checks for real. we need to close the gun show loophole. we need to close the online loophole, because people are buying guns and ammunition online. you have no idea who they are and we know some of the masked murderers, that's how they got what they used to kill people. >> kristen fisher is live in washington tonight. kristen, there's been a whole lot of talk about marco rubio's personal finances, but today his campaign is trying to set the record straight, right? >> reporter: yes, and just in time for the next debate. rubio's campaign just released his credit card statements from 2005 and 2006. so this is a republican party of florida american express card. well, it turns out he only spent about $65,000 on party business over two years.
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that's far less than expected. now, he did make eight personal purchases on that same card for a total of $7,200, but rubio's campaign says he reimbursed all of those personal expenses. quote, these statements are more than ten years old and the only people who asked about them today are the liberal media and our political opponents. we are releasing them now because marco has nothing to hide. now, rubio will be on the main stage at next tuesday's debate, but chris christie and mike huckabee did not make the cut. they'll be in the earlier debate. but lindsey graham and george pataki for the first time are out of both debates because they did not get 1% of the vote in any of the four polls that were counted to qualify. julie? >> and what are the democratic candidates up to this weekend? >> martin o'malley is in iowa. bernie sanders and hillary clinton are in iowa. clinton spent the day talking about her new policies like cutting prison time for nonviolent offenders and reducing mandatory minimum sentences. and she wants to limit federal
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restrictions on marijuana research. listen to what she's said. >> i would like to move it from what's called schedule i to schedule ii, so you know, researchers at universities, at the national institutes of health could start researching, what's the best way to use it? how much dose does somebody need? how does it interact with other medications. >> tonight, clinton will likely be doing the same thing as many of us. she confessed to jimmy kimmel that she might watch trump host saturday nightlif"saturday nigh. >> i think a lot of politicians and candidates will be watching. >> you kind of have to. >> it's sort of like rubber necking, so to speak. the next republican debate just days away. the fox business network is partnering with "the wall street journal," tuesday, november 10th live in milwaukee, the first debate starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern, followed by the main event at 9:00. all with expert analysis, all on
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the fox business network. to find the fox business network in your area, head to finder and you will not miss it. and that brings us to our question of the day. who are you most looking forward to watching at tuesday's gop debate on fox business? which candidate do you believe has the most to gain or lose? tweet me @juliebanderas. i'll read some of your answers coming right up right here on "the fox report." so right now, the dallas cowboys under pressure to cut defense lineman greg hardy in the wake of new details about last year's domestic abuse allegations. but the team fighting back. how it's supporting the player accused of beating his ex-girlfriend. and two police officers facing charges, accused of shooting and killing a 6-year-old boy, shot five times. >> let me tell you something, i'm not going to talk about it,
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two officers fired into the father's vehicle in the first place. now, here's what we do know. investigators say these two officers were moonlighting as marshals. they were driving marked cars and turned on their lights to get the boy's father to pull over. but he did not. will karr live from our west coast newsroom tonight. so will, what led authorities to arrest the two officers? >> reporter: good evening, julie. this morning, the colonel of the louisiana state police department emphatically told me that 6-year-old jeremy mardis should never have died. mardis, who his family members say is autistic, was shot five times in the head and chest. initially the officers in question say they were serving a warrant on mardis' father, chris few, and few led in his suv. but now investigators say they're not sure a warrant ever even existed. the officers, norris greenhouse and derrick stafford, said few tried to back into them with the car, so they fired, unloading 18
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shots in total. authorities say few did not have any weapons in the car and they're still trying to figure out why the officers turned him over in the first place. both officers turned themselves over on friday and one key piece of evidence against them, video from at least one body camera. >> both of those individuals, derrick stafford, and norris greenhouse, both will be booked on one count of second-degree murder and one count of attempted second-degree murder. as i told you, we took some of the body camera footage. let me tell you something, i'm not going to talk about it, but i'm going to tell you this. it is the most disturbing thing i've seen. and i will leave it at that. >> we're told that video will not be made public anytime in the near future, because right now, it is evidence. as for few, he's in a local hospital in serious condition, because he was shot twice. the funeral for his son, jeremy, will be held monday. >> it's just really hard to believe. >> what else do we know about
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these officers and their histories, because they don't necessarily have clean slates. >> yeah, that's absolutely right. you mentioned at the top, they were moonlighting as marshals. well, in that area, that's something that can be common for law enforcement officers as a side job, to be doing that and be serving is warrants. now, that's what we believe they were doing. at the same time, we are learning more about their background. according to local news station katc, lieutenant stafford has five pending civil lawsuits against him right now. he was also indicted for aggravated rape in 2011. officer greenhouse has been named in several lawsuits as well. also, there were two other officers on the scene that day. neither have been cleared at this point. investigators say they will follow this case wherever it takes them. and again, the colonel of the louisiana state police told me this morning, he said that these two officers tarnished their badges when they shot and killed that 6-year-old boy last tuesday. jillian? >> so tragic. thank you so much, will carr. well, the dallas cowboys apparently standing behind defensive lineman greg hardy
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incredible video now of nato's biggest military exercise in more than a decade. the u.s. played a major role air dropping troops into europe. female soldiers parashooting down alongside their male counterparts. of course, all this comes as russia flexes its muscle in the region. the exercise intended to show
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russia and any other country for that matter how quickly nato can move into action. mike tobin has more. >> reporter: as paratroopers with the 82nd airborne jump into spain, without much fanfare or attention, there is a break with what some might consider tradition. right alongside the men, women are dropping into the front line, considered by some the most bold positions in combat, women are active paratroopers. lieutenant megan michener is one of them. >> my dad was a paratrooper and so was my grandfather, so it's kind of a family tradition. >> reporter: she wanted to follow the family tradition in the 82nd airborne and to do that she had to go to jump school. she told her father and never encountered any resistance or second-guessing. >> he came to my graduation, was really excited. >> reporter: as second battalion participated in a massive nato operation, midair rigging and finally a jump into spain, lieutenant michener had her
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static line on the anchor in line with all the men. look close. that's her going airborne into spain. >> that's the point you get so focused and you know every single step you have to do, and there's no time to be nervous. >> she's not looking for special treatment and aside from a place to change in a woman's latrine, she doesn't get any, and she's not looking to make a statement about feminism or women in combat. >> i want to be one of the battalions. >> this really is a simple story. one of a soldier, a paratrooper carrying on a tradition of family service to the nation and she happens to be female. >> well, some colorado teenagers could face felony charges in a texting sexting scandal that may involve hundreds of students at canon city high school. boys and girls taking nude pictures and passing them along to others. not a good idea. who would then forward them on. investigators say it could take months to determine who the offenders are and who are the
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i'm julie banderas. this is "the fox report." it's the bottom of the hour. if you're just joining us, a noise captured on data recorders moments before a russian plane broke apart over egypt's sinai peninsula. investigators stopping short of saying the noise was the sound of a bomb going off. the evidence does suggest a high-end explosive did bring that plane down with 224 people onboard one week ago. and after nearly two years and more than 1,100 deaths, the ebola epidemic has been reduced to just a few cases in a village in guinea. that is where the deadliest ebola outbreak in history began. the prime minister scolding the population, demanding they cooperate with efforts to wipe out the virus. and the prosecutor in the osu parade crash investigation wants a judge to seal the defendant's
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mental health records. she's accused of plowing into a crowd of spectators, killing four people, and injuring dozens of others. well, the prosecutor says her defense team appears to be trying to be prejudice and prejudice a potential jury pool by discussing her mental health. live from new york, it is presidential candidate donald trump. trump set to appear tonight on "saturday night live," and we already have this teaser picture. that's a good look for him. of course, "snl" has a long history of lampooning political candidates, but tonight will be unpress didnceden unprecedented, for sure. he is only the second presidential candidate to ever host a show while they were actively campaigning. the other was al sharpton back in 2003. trump's appearance tonight is also a controversial one. several latino groups are protesting, calling on the network to, quote, do away with hate and dump trump.
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brian llenas is live from outside 30 rockefeller center in new york city. and you know what, "snl" is getting exactly what they wanted, a lot of attention and most likely a lot of viewers tonight, as they've been touting that the ratings are going to be "huge"! what's the atmosphere like out there tonight? >> reporter: that's right, julie. that's exactly right. right now there are about 200 protesters from about a dozen latino organizations. they have been out here. they started at trump tower and now they are outside of nbc headquarters here in rockefeller center. they have signs that say "enough trump," "i'm an immigrant" and "dump trump," and "how do you spell racist? "snl"." outside, some trump supporters right in front of the entrance to "snl" nbc studios dress rehearsal for nbc at literally about 8:00 p.m. latino activists say, quite honestly, they're upset with donald trump's comments likening mexican immigrants to rapists
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and drug dealers. they're upset about immigration rhetoric where he's said he wants to deport all illegal immigrants. they believe that is hate speech and that he's scapegoating the entire latino community. >> when trump says that he considers mexicans criminals, rapists, murderers, drug dealers, i don't think he's joking. >> donald trump has a very big influence on the perception that people have about immigrants, about latino, and that's something that we will not put up with. >> reporter: hispanic activists believe that if trump had made disparaging comments about the gay or black community, he would not be hosting tonight. one liberal political action committee is offering a $5,000 reward for anyone out there in these "snl" audience tonight for shout "trump is a racist" during the live program. julie? >> that almost seems hard to
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believe. $5,000. i would imagine pretty much anybody is going to do it for 5,000 bucks. but what is "snl" and donald trump saying about all of this? >> reporter: "snl" and nbc are really mum. they haven't said anything. in fact, the executive producer, laura michaels, hasn't have been met with any of the latino groups about their concerns. donald trump, on the other hand says, bring on the protests. it's only going to bring huge ratings for me. and he says, quite honestly, he never thought nbc would ever cave to these protests. >> no, you know what? and get the highest ratings ever. they won't cave. why would they cave? and by the way, did you rook at the new nevada poll? i'm leading with hispanics. i'm leading with hispanics. go check it out. >> reporter: as you can see here, the protests out here. critics say donald trump has the right to be on "snl." it's a freedom of speech thing, and really, that what's he's going to be here. all eyes will be on tonight. it will be interesting to see the ratings after tonight's episode, julie. >> it will definitely be. and i'm sure it's going to be very entertaining, as he is an
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entertainer. brian llenas, thank you very much. and a reminder, the next republican debate just days away. the fox business network is partnering with "the wall street journal" tuesday november 10th, live in milwaukee, the first debate starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern, followed by the main event at 9:00. to find the networks, the fox business network in your area, here's what you've got to do. go to your computer, login finder and you'll know where to find it. that brings us to our twitter question of the day. who are you most looking forward to watching at tuesday's gop debate on fox business? which candidate do you believe has the most to lose or gain? we already have a bunch of responses for you. @seanhearteau writing, looking forward to see ted cruz. he knows the most about economics. joe in texas writes, "ben carson
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has the most to gain because he's becoming the self-made man standing up against corruption in the media." and l.a. spings writes, "i want to see all of them. all have a lot to lose if they say or do the wrong thing. still early in this race." good to know. tweet me @juliebanderas. i'll read some more of your answers right here on "the fox report." now back to the headlines, very quietly in singapore, some major history is being made, all with a simple handshake. the president of china and taiwan meeting face to face, for the very first time in 66 years. the whole moment lasting only about a minute. and it's important to note, because of why it took so long to happen. taiwan claims it is an independent nation. but china says taiwan is merely a breakaway province that will be reunited at some point by force, if necessary. it's been that way since the end of chinese civil war in 1949. and it's left tiny taiwan in a limbo of sorts.
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it's not officially recognized by the u.n. either, even the united states doesn't maintain formal diplomatic ties with taiwan. however, the u.s. and taiwan do have a defense treaty. and u.s. sold taiwan fighter jets back in the 1990s, in case you didn't know, to help defend itself from any possible chinese aggression. neither side made any sorts of deals or concessions in today's handshake, but they do call it an historic step, this meeting in the right direction. at least one person confirmed dead and more than 20 other people are still missing after the collapse of two dams in brazil. officials warning the death toll will likely head higher. it's our top story as we go around the world in 80 seconds. brazil. residents in several villages are only beginning to clean up the thick mud and debris after the dam burst two days ago. some small towns are completely cut off, with any bridges in or out simply washed away.
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the dam's burst at a mining site, sending a toxic mix of mining and water runoff, surging downhill with little warning. burma, a country that has gotten praise from the u.s. for its transition to democracy will hold historic elections this weekend. the election is expected to be won by opposition leader aung san suu kyi's party. the country's current president is assuring that its government will inspect the results. china. watch that first step. it's a doozy. over 30 adrenaline junkies from around the world b.a.s.e. jumping from a bridge 1,200 feet in the sky. their target, a tiny bull's-eye in the valley below. belgium, brew masters blaming global warming for the halting of production of one kind of special beer. lambic beer can only be made in certain temperatures, but this year it's been simply too warm,
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leaving dutch drinkers hoping for some cooler days ahead. that's a wrap on this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. >> and you can't miss television tonight. fox news giving viewers an exclusive inside look at the presidency of george h.w. bush, including candid recordings from the president's very own private diaries. here's a clip from his inauguration day in 1989. >> george bush was his own man and he did things particularly, i think, in the foreign policy sphere, that were somewhat different, perhaps, than might have happened under president reagan. >> watch fox news reporting "destiny and power: the private
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of the rockies. now, closing gitmo has, of course, been one of president obama's top priorities, even before he took office. but any decision to close gitmo would, of course, require a congressional approval, but sources tell fox that if president obama doesn't get the approval, he will use an executive order. the prison in cuba still houses over 100 terror suspects. however, the obama administration says it's trying to transfer as many as 53 more by the end of the year. well, about 300 miles north and west of guantanamo, cubans are lining up in one city for a big mac, at least what passes for a big mac, anyway. this cafeteria owner serving up hamburgers, fries made from a local sweet potato, and even milk shakes. there's no drive, because, well, there's no drive-through to drive through, because most locals get around on horses. and it may not be long before the folks there get the real thing. local entrepreneurs and some american corporations getting on
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a business boom in cuba, and they're betting on it, but now that the u.s. has eased the embargo against the country, it's time to do it. rich edison has more from havana. >> reporter: martina has never logged on to the internet until this morning. >> translator: it is very difficult to connect, because it seems like the whole world is trying to get on the internet. sometimes you connect, but it is slow. >> reporter: that may soon change. the obama administration has eased some of the u.s. kbargo against cuba and now u.s. cellular carrier sprint has just signed a texting and roaming agreement with cuba's government-run carrier. >> i look at it, this is the first baby step of what i hope will be a long-lasting relationship with this great country. >> this week, the u.s. chamber of commerce led what it described as the largest ever american business delegation to cuba, including executives for more than 30 companies, like caterpillar, american airlines, and boeing, and they're learning of cuba's challenges. >> there are still a lot of impediments to being business in
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cuba. there are legal and questions about the investment climates, questions that labor flexibility, questions about currency. >> reporter: meanwhile, small business is also looking to expand. this is alexander gonzalez's house. he legally opened a private restaurant here in cuba, thousands of entrepreneurs like him expand their homes to look like this. >> translator: i think we are going to flourish. why? because we will have a lot more work than we have right now. because once they open the door to this type of market, we will flourish. there is a future. it seems like we're in a good moment in time, and we should appreciate it. >> gonzalez's restaurant and some of america's most successful businesses continue to face an economic embargo here. a centrally planned communistic economy, a population with an average take-home salary of $20 a month, and extremely limited access to the internet. this is like any street in america. people obsessively checking their phones, reading news, e-mailing with friends, video
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chatting. but in thhavana and cuba, it on happens here. this is a government wi-fi area. you have to buy a access card, either purchase it in a store or buy it on the black market and you have access to your friends. anywhere outside of these areas, forget about it. in havana, rich edson, fox news. right now some folks in wisconsin asked to evacuate and some highways shut down after a train jumped the tracks in the western part of the state. officials say more than 30 cars derailed this morning near the mississippi river. wow, take a look at that. no injuries, though, reported. and an amtrak train full of college football fans crashes into a dump truck, killing one person. the crash is now under investigation. it's our top story as we go across america. alabama. dozens of fans were traveling for an lsu/alabama game when police say the train collided with the truck at a railroad
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crossing in bethemer, about 15 miles from birmingham. the truck driver was killed. no reports of anyone on the train being hurt. massachusetts. a fisherman's boat catches fire, forcing him to abandon ship. he says he tried to put out the flames with a fire extinguisher. when that didn't work, he made a mayday call, put on a survival suit, and jumped into the chilly water. fortunately, fishermen in the area heard his calls for help and kept him safe until the coast guard arrived. >> it didn't look like a fire at the time. and then all of a sudden, it turned black and we actually raced in and pulled him out of the water. >> it's unclear what sparked the fire. the boat was destroyed. no one was hurt. michigan. an old power plant known as the mighty marysville demolished to make room for shops and condos. the surrounding area was
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evacuated for the implosion, crowds keeping their distance and looking on as crews brought down the nearly 100-year-old building. missouri. a raccoon is free after being rescued from a glass jar. someone spotted the animal with his head stuck inside. an animal control officer took the raccoon to a vet who sedated it, then freed its head. the raccoon was released back into the wild. and that's the fox watch across america. a grim piece of u.s. history going up for auction today in dallas. the winning bidder spending 100,000 to own the license plates from president john f. kennedy's limousine. it is the same vehicle he was riding in when he was assassinated in 1963. the owner of a car company rescued the plates from a trash bin more than 50 years ago. the winning bidder is described as a high-end kennedy collector who has asked to remain anonymous.
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well, he was the last man to walk on the moon, and now a new documentary is giving us a whole new look at his unbelievable story. plus, it is one of the greatest questions of all time. is a hot dog a sandwich? it's a quandary that some folks are taking very seriously. and now we have an official answer. what is it? you'll have to stay tuned to find out. ♪ hot dog wabefore i had the sh burning, pins-and-needles of diabetic nerve pain, these feet... ...served my country... ...carried the weight of a family... ...and walked a daughter down the aisle. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica. nerve damage from diabetes causes diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is fda-approved to treat this pain. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new, or worsening depression,
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or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling, or blurry vision. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who have had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyrica. now i have less diabetic nerve pain. and my biggest reason to walk... ...calls me grandpa. ask your doctor about lyrica.
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>> it has been 40 years since the final apollo space mission and. now the story of the last man to walk on the moon. phil keating has a sneak
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preview. >> reporter: a mixture of hollywood and history. about the men and all of the excitements it took to get a lunar lander on lunar dust. the real star of the night is gene sternen. an american hero and last american to stand on the moon. the world watched on tv as he and harrison smith spent three days bouncing around and collecting sampems and driving a carrot moon. it was the golden age of the program. cernan said it is not about p mooe him but every kid alive. >> i will never make it. but the comp tugz is too strong and then i ended up coming out on top. don't ever count yourself out.
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if i can deputy to the moon what can you do. >> she is one of 12 that stood on the moon. the last man on the moon shows the sacrifices made by the lives of the astronauts. he's been asked what is it like to be be on the moon. it is impossible to explain. >> how does it feel? were you scared or closer to god? there is no phrase to answer that. i wanted to reach out and bring the earth bake. it is overwhelm anything beautiful and just something and put it in here and say, this is what it feels like. he adds that the utter silence of standing on the moon and beauty of looking back on the earth was like science fiction, but for him it was real. the film hits theaters in
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february. in the naval in florida. fox news. >> handing down a monumental decision and ruling once and for all, hot dogs are not sandwiches. i anyhow it. what did i tell you guys? >> the age- old debate reached a fever pitch. it is now over. the council put out a release. calling a hot dog a sandwich is like calling the dally lama just a guy. it is in a category. a lot of you say chicago style is your favorite. tweet me. and instead of spreading holiday cheer in starbucks, a lot of people are seeing red. we'll explain. who are you looking forward to
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does this look like christmas to you. it is a holiday cup just red with the star buck's logo and thousands of people are merry christmas tar bucks. where is the snow flakes and decoration and where is the coffee? who are you looking most forward to seeing on fox business. i wish christie is in the top debate. would like to hear more on immigration reform. getting tired of the gimmicky candidates. and that's how fox
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hi, everyone. good morning. today is sunday, the 8th of november, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. protesters marched in new york city ahead of donald trump's appearance. but the presidential candidate gets the last laugh. >> who the hell -- i knew this was going to happen. who is that? trump's a racist! >> well "saturday night laif" giving us a clue about what a trump presidency might look like. and then there's this.


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